Cause There Are Small Bumps On Both Groin?
Hello, on my groin there are lots of tiny little bumps, but it doesn’t hurt. Is that dangerous? I’m afraid to see a doctor
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There are complaints of small lumps on your groin, possibly a lump / enlarged lymph node or KGB. This lymph node is one of the body's defense systems or body's immune system that helps the body fight infection and inflammation that occurs. KGB enlargement can occur in various places in the human body, depending on the location and cause. Often, these enlarged KGBs are triggered by inflammation and infection in the area around the KGB. KGB size is reasonable around half an inch. And in certain conditions the size of the KGB is getting bigger, then this shows the inflammation process or certain conditions that occur, or even in general can be normal, depending on the results of the evaluation of the doctor who treats you.
Some of the conditions below can trigger enlargement of the KGB in the groin area, such as:
1. inflammation of the skin
2. an abscess or pus around the groin
3. urinary tract infections
4. sexually transmitted infections
You should not need to be afraid or worried about trying to see your doctor. If you do not check yourself as early as possible, then you will not know the cause of this KGB enlargement and do not know the treatment plan that will be carried out by a doctor.
Therefore, you should consider going to an oncologist at the nearest hospital. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations, and investigations needed (biopsy, or radiology). The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors to provide treatment and care.
For now, you can compress warm water twice a day every 15 minutes on your groin area. If you have a history of risky sex, then you should avoid this. Do regular exercise, and ideally weight.
Thus the information we can convey.